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Eckart Hahn

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Flute, 2014 Acrylic On Canvas 170 X 120 Cm © Eckart Hahn, courtesy WAGNER + PARTNER
Eckart Hahn

Strausberger Platz 8
10243 Berlin
Germany
March 20th, 2015 - April 25th, 2015
Opening: March 20th, 2015 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.galerie-wagner-partner.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
friedrichshain-kreuzberg
EMAIL:  
mail@galerie-wagner-partner.com
PHONE:  
+49 30 219 60 137
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue - Sat 13 - 18 h and by appointment
TAGS:  
painting, figurative

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“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
“Eckart Hahn is an uncanny perfect painter, who entirely in accordance with traditions has a complete mastery of his handwork. The central-perspective illusionism in his pictures can hardly prevent us from recognizing his art as being a product of visual inventions from the deepest interior of his spirit. The collage-like combination of spaces and objects and the processes which at first glance appear to evade all rational understanding, which appear in these pictures, belong to expression of this uncanniness.”
(Bernd Künzig, in: Einsichten, Catalogue of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt, 2007)
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